OK… I am SO excited about this!! I have been searching for a while for cute fonts that include the Spanish characters, and I finally found some!! So… I am now in the process of creating Spanish versions of many of my resources!! (In Texas, Spanish resources are pretty much a necessity!) The first one I’ve uploaded to my Teachers Pay Teachers store is an amazing resource to give to your parents to get them working with their kiddos on phonological awareness at home!
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Phonological awareness is one of the biggest indicators of future reading success! It’s also one of the things parents know the least about and practice the least with their kiddos! This resource gives you a simple and easy way to help change that!

This bundle contains Phonological Awareness To Go in both English and Spanish! Each set has two parts: an informational letter and activity cards.

The informational letter explains what phonological awareness is and why it is important.

Phonological Awareness Parent Handouts in Spanish

The activity cards contain 19 different activities and rhymes parents can to with their kiddos anywhere!

Just print them, cut them out, put them on a ring, and send them home! (You can get the rings that I use for these by clicking HERE!)

Your parents can keep them in their cars, in their purses, or on their kiddos’ backpacks! They are small and easy to carry. And, they are a perfect way to keep your kiddos busy in the car, in line at the store, or in the waiting room at the doctor’s office.

Phonological Awareness To Go In Spanish

And, the best part about it is that your kiddos phonological awareness skills can grow by leaps and bounds if your parents spend only 10 minutes a day on these activities!

This resource is available in English, Spanish, and in a bundle with both!

This is only the first of many Spanish resources I will be creating and sharing!! If you want to make sure you don’t miss any of them, follow me on Teachers Pay Teachers, Pinterest, and Facebook for updates when new products are added!

 

Happy Teaching!

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